Corning™ 384-Well Solid Black or White Polystyrene Microplates

Manufactured from medical grade polystyrene for strength. Corning™ 384-Well Solid Black or White Polystyrene Microplates are used for florescent and luminescent assays. Lot tested for opacity and low fluorescent/luminescent background.

Overview
Brand: Corning™

Manufacturer Part Number: 3571

X50 384 square Well plate, PS, Black, Flat Bottom, Low Flange, TC-Treated, with Lid, Sterile, Bulk

UNSPSC: 41122107

Code: 66

Additional Details:
Additional Details: Weight: 6.03277kg



Product Code. 10067652

Quantity Price
1 £ 392.0 / Pack of 50
Estimated Shipment
02-03-2017
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Description and Specification

Specification

For Use With (Application) Attachment and growth of anchorage-dependent cells
Format Standard
Binding Property TC-treated
Bottom Flat bottom
Type 384-Well Flat Bottom Plate
Lid Yes
Volume (Metric) Well 112μL
Closure Yes
Closure Yes
Volume (Metric) Working 20 to 80μL
Quantity 50/Cs.
Material Polystyrene
Volume (Metric) Well 112μL
Color Black
Applications For reducing protein and nucleic acid binding at low concentrations and increasing assay signal to noise, luminescent assays, fluorescent assays, for the immobilization of large molecules, such as antibodies
Surface Coating TC-Treated
Sterile Yes
Well Design Flat (F)

 

  • Minimal well to well crosstalk
  • White microplates enhance luminecent signals and have low background luminescence
  • Black mircoplates have low background flourescence and minimize light scattering
  • Available untreated for solution-based assays, with high binding for immunoassay applications, or tissue culture treated for cell growth
  • Medical-grade polystyrene
  • Well volume: 112µL
  • Working volume: 20µL to 80µL
  • Surface area/well: 0.06cm2
  • Treated surface options are not coated, require no special handling and are stable at room temperature
  • Sterile microplates are sterilized by gamma radiation and certified nonpyrogenic
  • Plate dimensions meet proposed industry standards

 


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